Personal thinking and planning are now easier with MindMapper 17 Arena from SimTech USA. The latest version of this well-respected mind mapping program is focused on helping you set and achieve personal goals. It includes an impressive set of personal planning and information management maps that are among the best I’ve seen.
MindMapper 16 Arena for PC from SimTech takes an intriguing approach to helping you manage your projects. It combines mind mapping with project planning and dashboard views to help you manage your thinking, planning and project execution. And it tightly integrates all of these pieces into a cohesive, powerful toolset.
What’s new in the world of mind mapping software in 2015? Plenty! This year-end wrap-up is your comprehensive guide to the new and updated mind mapping software and resources that were introduced during the last year.
Simtech recently released MindMapper 12, which strengthens this program’s position as a capable mind mapping program for business.
Last week, I posted a prediction that mind mapping software will hit an “inflection point” in 2009 that will result in substantial growth, and that this technology will finally enter the mainstream of business. As a next step, I decided to ask the developers of mind mapping software to comment on this prediction. They are closer to the actual users than most of us, which puts them in an ideal position to see the future direction of this software niche.
If you’re looking for a mind mapping program that will enable you to do project management – including Gantt charts – there are only four that offer this feature: MindManager Pro 7 (utilizing JCVGantt, which Mindjet recently acquired), OpenMind 2 Business Edition, MindMapper 2008 and iMindMap 3 Ultimate. Here’s a closer look at the functionality of each one of these powerful tools.